Summary: Great little device! But a word of advice: attach a little safety string to it and tie that to your belt loop or something. The clip is not that strong, and I bought this one to replace one that had gotten lost on a walk.
Summary: When looking to get back in shape, I first thought of WiiFit. We recently purchased the Wii U and the version of Wii Fit doesn't disappoint. I like it because it gets the whole family involved in fun activities and really does provide a good workout on some of the activities. Highly recommend.
Summary: The game board makes all the difference. It's a lot of fun and addictive. It takes a little bit to get used to it, but once you understand the ins and outs of the games it makes them more enjoyable.
Summary: The new games are great! There are a lot of the same games too, but it seems they are more advanced or tweaked versions. Like the boxing, it had the same moves, but had a longer duration. I wish Wii Fit would come out with more editions of this game to keep me interested because it really is good exercise. The Fit Meter is a nice little gadget too...I haven't had any problems with it, and find the information helpful and motivational.
Summary: Much more fun than even the last two. I really like learning all the new dances on here. Rowing is so cool. Stroke! and Stroke! My favorite is having the Wii U pick for me what routines to do for exercise. Some of the old favs are still here, like Karate, and an all new obstacle course. I was hesitant to purchase based on early reviews. Glad I ignored the nay sayers and grabbed this.